Focus and Scope

The Journal of Information Architecture is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Its aim is to facilitate the systematic development of the scientific body of knowledge in the field of information architecture.

The Journal's focus is information architecture research and development in all types of shared information environments, such as for example social networks, web sites, intranets, mobile and Rich Internet Applications, from various perspectives such as technical, cultural, social, and communicational.

The Journal is broadly multi- and interdisciplinary, publishing works focusing on IA and drawing on a broad range of disciplines. Its guiding principle is not to discriminate contradictory arguments and alternative approaches: Theoretical and methodological pluralism is welcomed and supported.

The Journal is published biannually in English. Acceptable contributions include original research articles, synthesizing literature surveys, best practice reports, and proposals for special issues. All contributions will be peer-reviewed according to appropriate criteria.

Editorial Staff

Editor-in-chief

Andrea Resmini
Jönköping International Business School
Sweden

Associate Editors

Katriina Byström
University of Borâs
Sweden


Nils Pharo
Oslo University College
Norway


Dorte Madsen
Copenhagen Business School
Denmark


Luca Rosati
University for Foreigners of Perugia
Italy


Stanislaw Skorka
Pedagogical University Krakow
Poland

Editorial Board

Andrew Boyd
Department of Immigration and Citizenship
Australia


Thomas Froelich
Kent State University
United States of America


Kathryn La Barre
University of Illinois
United States of America


Marianne Lykke Nielsen
Royal School of Library and Information Science
Denmark


Peter Morville
Semantic Studios
United States of America


Fabio Pittarello
University of Venice
Italy


Eric Reiss
FatDUX
Denmark


Howard Rosenbaum
Indiana University
United States of America


Stephen Roberts
Thames Valley University
United Kingdom


Stacy Surla
Ironworks Consulting
United States of America


Sanna Talja
University of Tampere
Finland


Aarron Walter
WaSP
United States of America

Reviewers

Christian Nyhus Andreasen
Australia

Fraser Hamilton
United Kingdom

John Matew
India

Myung Hae Park
United States

William Wolff
United States

Jack G. Zheng
United States

and

Andrew Boyd, Katriina Byström, Peter Morville, Marianne Lykke Nielsen, Fabio Pittarello, Nils Pharo, Eric Reiss, Andrea Resmini, Stanislaw Skorka, Sanna Talja, Aarron Walter

Editing

Allison L. Ehrman
United States

Stacy Surla
United States

Melissa Weaver
United States

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